Now you're thinking.
Yes, I believe the move is two-pronged. One, exactly what the press release states, the promotions "will allow me [CEO Ron Michels] to focus on the Company’s overall strategy, forging business alliances, and further strengthening our business development activities.” Secondly, as an ancillary benefit, they're protecting a couple of employees in case they get an offer they just can't refuse.
Are they looking to sell the company? Very doubtful IMO. But if I'm wrong, I'll probably only make a quarter million dollars.
No, product releases and acceptances appear to be on track and by all indications, 2014 will be a banner year. Anadigics is in a technololgy sweet spot.
Buy now or be left behind.
Too early to really tell, but what I see so far, they're making excellent progress. We'll know more after earnings.
By and large, I am unhappy with the extravagant compensation offered to most of the chip and all the RF companies, but that's capitalism..
"First off, I was wrong..." Stop right there. You're done.
That's absurd, biz. At least attempt some logical argument when you're bashing the stock.
See ANAD website for details
RFMD upgraded to Strong Buy by Charter Equity. Perhaps we're piggybacking on expectation. ANAD is orders of magnitude smaller.
Guess that short isn't working out, hey biz?
If you subscribed to NextInning you would have known yesterday why the stock it up. But that information is proprietary.
My advice to you to is cover and get long. I've told the board before, now is the time to be picking up shares.
I had a mental note to bid for another tranche at 1.85 but missed it as I was away from the market most of yesterday. Got to get those orders in early!
Ah well, still 200K and holding.
I'm just a patient private investor who prefers to look ahead rather than behind. BTW, you are aware that our CEO just had 250K share options rescinded? Check the notes on the recent Form 4s.
So you're not short the stock and not invested in it. So why are you here? What's your motivation? Disgruntled/fired employee? Or just a public service announcement?
Own ''em both; will make money on 'em both; probably more with ANAD. So you're short the stock?
Nice new product, and I suspect a nice margin. http://finance.yahoo.com/news/photo-release-anadigics-announces-gan-130000315.html
Nice try, buzbud112.
Both. I've been trading it since Apr 2008 (currently, my oldest tranche is Jul 2009), but I'm not above buying some shares and selling them days later if I perceive an opportunity. This year, however, I've been more in the accumulate mode.
Re your sentiment, I hope neither of us will be disappointed. Be judicious; it is still a speculative play.
I read like an editor. Of course the S4 is the subject; if the subject were D-Link it wouldn't have nearly the news value. In any case, this discussion belongs on either the Samsung or D-Link boards, not Anadigics, unless you're suggesting, through innuendo, that Anadigics is the problem.
As to your serious allegation that ANAD amps blew up in previous Samsung products, I've never heard that, but I don't work in the industry. Do you by chance work for one of Anadigics' competitors? Let's put your allegation to Terry Gallagher and Paul McWilliams and let the chips fall where they may.
Nope. Do you?
D-Link acknowledged the issue and said it was actively looking into the cause of the problems.
"Recently, a limited number of customers have reported connection issues between their D-Link wireless router, including the DIR-855 and DIR-655, and the Samsung Galaxy S4 handset. Problems include intermittent disconnection from the wireless network, especially while browsing YouTube. Other devices continue to function normally. The problem has also been reported with wireless routers from other manufacturers, "a spokesman for the company told ZDNet.
"D-Link is actively researching this issue now to determine the cause."
The company suggested that customers using the DIR-655 or the DIR-855 could mitigate the problem in the meantime by logging into the web interface and disabling the Wireless Multimedia Extensions (WME, also known as Wi-Fi Multimedia or WMM).